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PAGE EIGHT
Deduct Money From
Schools
(Continued from page 1)
schools here the Orange township
pupils provided their own transporta
tion.
tered
made,
ed to
A contract for tuition was en
into but no payments were
The tuition would have amount
approximately $1,118.
The court ruling which requires
pupils outside the district to pay both
transportation and tuition to the
school they attend, upheld E. N. Diet
rich, state director of education, in
withholding payment of school foun
dation funds in a case similar to the
one here.
Tuition in the schools here amounts
to approximately $3.35 per pupil per
month. For each pupil attending
school the board of education is en
titled to receive from the state foun
dation fund a payment of approxi
mately $6 per month.
Court Upholds State Department
A. J. R. Longsdorf, superintendent
of schools here stated, however, that
the state department of education has
taken the position that where no tui
tion payment is made by an out of
district pupil, the state department,
likewise is under no obligation to
make payments to the board on the
basis of that pupil’s attendance. In
this contention the state department
of education has been
court.
upheld by the
deduction has
in quarterly
state school
Half of the $2,000
already been withheld
settlements from the
foundation fund. The balance of the
amount is expected to be deducted in
August and November settlements.
Board Protests
The board here protested the with
holding of funds when the first de
duction was made in the February
settlement, Supt. Longsdorf said and
correspondence on the matter was un
derway when the court decision ap
parently closed the case.
Deduction of approximately the
coming fiscal year since there were
39 Orange township pupils attending
the Bluffton schools during the past
year 1938-39 from whom no tuition
was collected.
Payments from the school founda
tion fund for each year are made on
the basis of pupils attendance during
the previous year.
Pleasant View
accompanied
Mrs. Melvin
to Van Wert
attended the
Mrs. E. Y. Frantz
her brother, Mr. and
Williamson of Mt. Cory
Thursday afternoon and
Peony festival.
Miss Mary Jane Carr underwent
an operation for appendicitis at the
Bluffton
nesday.
nicely.
Community hospital, Wed
She is getting along very
Wynkoop, who has been
in Memorial hospital at
reported slightly improved.
Lewis
quite ill
Lima, is
Mrs. Lawrence Jones and daugh
ters of Orrville, Ohio Mrs. Effie
Gardner and daughters of Columbus
Grove and Mr. and Mrs. John Jones
of Rawson, were guests in the home
of
family Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Rickly
daughter Arietta of Columbus
W. W. Hummon of Lc
Miss Livona Harris
morning on a week’s
to the World’s Fair ir
and
and Mrs. Lewis Dukes
and
and
and Mrs. O. D. Rickly
Mr.
family of Columbus, and Mr.
Mrs. Ralph Sutter and family of
Toledo spent Sunday in the home of
their mother, Mrs. Samuel Rickly.
Mr. and Mrs. William Carr spent
Thursday in Columbus. Their
daughter, Miss Barbara, who has at
tended school at O. S. U. the
year, returned home with ther
her summer vacation.
New York.
Lewis Dukes and
Mr. and Mn
family were callers in
Mrs. L. S. Dukes of
urday evening.
Findlay,
Robber Takes Clothes
Of Bluffton Resident
Noah Follet, residing near Bluffton
has resolved never again to wear his
Sunday suit to Lima. Follet’s re
solve was the result of an embarrass
ing incident which occurred in that
city Monday morning about 2 o’clock
when a man accosted him and
threatened him unless he removed
his suit.
After a second command, Follet
told police, he handed over his suit
and in return was given a pair of
overalls,
police with
because of
Follet could not furnish
a description of the man
darkness.
HEADS MICHIGAN COLLEGE
Dr. C. L. Anspach, president of
Ashland coll. g, whe delivered th
clas. addiess at the graduation exei
cises of Rluffton college last year
has :esigned his position at Ashland
to accept the presidency of Central
State Teachers college at Mt. Pleas
ant, Mich., effective July 1.
Dr. Anspach will be succeeded at
Ashland by E. G. Mason, dean of
the college who has been elected
president.
Bluffton College Notes
Summer school registration will be
held Thursday. Dr. J. S. Schultz
will again serve as director of the
summer school session which will
last from June 16 to August 12.
During this time of study
may get as many as 12
hours of credit.
students
semester
here are
Several college students
planning educational summer work.
Miss Edna Ramseyer, dean of women
and in charge of the home economics
department, will be chief dietitian in
the American Friends Service com
mitteee work camp to be held on the
Delta cooperative farm this summer.
The camp especially designed to give
college and university students an op
portunity to see first hand some of
the problem areas of the country
will be held on a co-operative pro
ject located on the banks of the Mis
sissippi river in Mississippi.
Dorothy Green will be dietitian
a similar work
California.
in
in
camp to be held
president of the
Karl Schultz,
M. C. A., Charles Suter, program
chairman of the organization, and
Lorrel Mullet, social committee chair
man, will represent the local associa
tion at the annual Geneva camp held
at College camp, Wis., from June
11 to 18.
Stanley Fretz, of Lansdale, Pa.,
ami Karl Schultz, of Bluffton, have
been selected to enter the Henry
Ford trade school
ated by the Ford Motor company.
this summer, oper-
Ewing School To Be
Torn Down And
Re-built on Campus
(Continued from page 1)
Week-for-Bluffton
Erection of the building is planned
to be accomplished through a “Week
for-Bluffton” camp to be held on the
campus from June 15 to July 15,
Rev. Landis stated.
During this time students and
friends of the college will donate a
week’s labor on the building during
which time room and board will be
provided free by the college.
The building will be erected north
of the present college gymnasium,
and will be built in a two-story ef
fect on the edge of a high bank. By
this arrangement it is explained that
truck entrances will be provided for
both floors. Entrance to the first
floor will be at the foot
while entrance to the
will be at the top.
of the bank
second floor
Selected
be housed in
Work Project Not
The work project to
the building has not yet been select
ed, Rev. Landis said. The work pro
ject plan was inaugurated by the
college a year ago in order to pro
vide employment by which students
could earn a part of their college ex
penses.
During the past year a wholesale
book concern from Toledo has been
operating a sales office here under
the work project plan, giving employ
ment to a number of students.
The Ewing school, materials for
which are furnishing the building
for the
school
tralized
and
Mrs.
i Angeles and
left Monday
vacation trip
work project program, was
of the Orange township
system until the district
of the township were cen
hy the Hancock county board
past
for the
dis-
of education three years ago.
Following the inauguration of
school centralization plan, the
trict schools were abandoned.
Ewing school property, offered
sale by the Union Township board
of education was purchased by Mrs.
Montgomery.
The
for
East Orange
Mr.
Warren visit
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
ed relatives in Toledo,
Master Vernon Freeh of Rawson
is spending this week with his
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. William
Habegger and family.
and Mrs. Freeman Samsal
family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
and Mrs. R. L. Holt
and
and
Downing, Mr.
and family
Columbus Gr
spent Wednesday
E. Agin home.
Mr.
Orvai Snyder of
Solomon Marquart
evening in the C.
Mrs. Walter Hamilton and daugh
ter Betty Jean spent Wednesday
with Mrs. Howard Nonnamaker and
sons.
and Mrs. C. J. Samsal of
Mrs. Miller, Miss Arinida
of Ada, Mr. and Mis. Byrl
Lima,
Adams
Matthcwson and family, Mrs. Mant
Matthew son spent Tuesday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Agin and
son Evan.
Miss Alice Mae Amstutz of Bluff
ton was a Sunday dinner guest in
the B. J. Boutwell home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Heldman and
Ann Smith were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Held
man and son Charles and J. A. Held
man.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Boutwell and
sons Byron Leo and Rayon attended
the peony festival at Van Wert last
Thursday and called on Mrs. Flor
ence Rote and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
sons
Dor
took
Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Holt and
Don and Carl, Bud Brogan and
othy Samsal of Columbus Grove
dinner
C. E. Ain
Sunday with Mr. and
and son Evan.
Mrs. C. J. Samsal
and and
Mr.
Betty and rs.
Lima were afternoon callers.
Arlene Caris is attending
college this summer.
daughter
Jolly of
Miss
Findlay
College Holds Com
mencement
(Continued from page 1)
The nation has changed from agrar
ian to industrial and with the
change will come regimentation to
make it safe for human being to
live to make the world safe and
healthy for children and provide the
education they need. If democracy
has failed it has been thru failure
to provide economic security.
For the solution of the world’s
problems, the speaker commended
telligent thinking on the part of
hearers.
vain for a new political Moses
lead us out of the wilderness,
in
his
in
to
he
The world has looked
For a goal he commended the
Where de
there also
said.
Christian ideal of life,
mocracy has perished,
Christianity has vanished, the audi
ence was told.
The class address marked the prin
cipal part of the thirty-ninth an
nual commencement exercises of the
college. The graduation program
was opened with the organ proces
sional by Prof. Otta Holtkamp as
members of the faculty and graduat
in gclass, all in caps and gowns filed
into the church auditorium.
The opening prayer by Rev. E. S.
Mullet was followed with a vocal
number by Prof. R. A. Lantz. In
the president’s annual statement. Dr.
L. L. Ramseyer, head of the insti
tution stated that the student work
project program would be further
developed next year. By means of
this program students may earn part
of their college expenses. The presi
dent also stated that new additions
would be made to strengthen the
faculty of the institution.
Degrees were conferred on the fol
lowing:
Bachelor of Arts—Kenneth Altier,
Girard Virgil Basinger, Col. Grove
Fred Baumgartner, Jackson, Mich.
Paul Detwiler, Souderton, Pa. Ver
non Gerber, Pandora James Ehrman,
Amherst Gladys Florip, Detroit.
Dorothy Green, Holcomb, N. Y.
John Gregg, Genoa Donita Hartzler,
Goshen, Ind. Cyril Kinsey, Lansdale,
Pa.: Battelle Masters, Amherst
James Miller, Bluffton.
Pauline Miller, Pioneer Rollin Mos
er, Dalton William Moyer, Quaker
town, Pa. Evelyn Mullett, Nappanee,
Ind. Ronald Nurmi, Painesville Rob
ert Oyer, Bluffton.
■William Ramseyer, Normal, Ill.
Anna Ruth Steiner, Pandora Kenneth
Stover, Willard Alva Tetlow, Seb
ring Helen Thutt, Elida William
Tisdale, Amherst.
David Van Eman, Elgin Donald
Wenger, Bluffton Ruth Whirledge,
Syracuse, Ind. George Wimmer, Hat
field, Pa.
Music—Janet
Breese, Vene
Lima Esther
Isabelle
Bachelor of School
Bigler, Bluffton Helen
docia Ruth Burtchin,
Ramseyer, Smithville
wart, Findlay June Bachman,
Peoria, Ill.
Ste
East
con-
The following degrees will be
12 following the sum-
ferred August
mer term:
Bachelor of
East Peoria,
Pennsburg, Pa.
Bluffton Paul Farver.
Arts—June Bachman.
Ill. Andrew Shelly
Orrin Zimmerman.
Bachelor of School Music—David
Jones, Venedocia Herbert Jones, Van
Wert.
Robert Oyer, member of the class
who is convalescing following an op
eration for appendicitis was unable
to attend the commencement exer
cises.
Two members of the graduating
class, Donita Hartzler and William
Tisdale, were elected to Pi Delta,
honorary scholastic society, it was
announced by Dean J. S. Schultz.
The benediction was pronounced by
Rev. H. T. Unruh.
Following the graduation exer
cises the commencement luncheon was
held at Ropp hall with Rev. Paul
E. Whitmer of Pandora as
master,
representing
Miss M’Della
and Armin
community,
close of commencement events.
toast-
Speakers were Rollin Moser
the graduating class,
Moon from the faculty
the
the
Hauenstein from
Luncheon marked
NOTICE
Sealed bids will be received until
12 o’clock, noon, Friday, June 23
for the following pieces of real
estate situated in Bluffton, Ohio:
9 room house on
lot 63 by 160 feet.
1 lot 63
street.
1 lot 60
street.
Lawn avenue.
by 160 ft. on Spring
by 160 ft. on Spring
room on South Main
Business
street.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
Mrs. Edith L. Mann,
Admx. Estate of Emma
R. Lugibihl.
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DRIVING LICENSE FORMS
Robert Lewis, local distributor of
auto license tags, has received forms
for the 1939 auto driver’s licenses
also driving permits for juniors who
will be subject to examination
later.
mort
since
The ability of hogs to lift
gages becomes more doubtful
the records show that China is the
only nation with more of these
animals than the United States. Re
ports of poverty from the Orient
must be exaggerated or else the fi
nancial returns from hogs must de
pend upon some factor other than
mere numbers.
UFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO
Readrite Team Loses
To Wapakonet, 12-4
The rustiness developing from a
two-year layoff here in softball play
was in evidence last Friday night as
the Readrite team absorbed a 12 4
beating at the hands of Wapakoneta
in an inter-city league game at Har
mon field.
Bluffton’s play at times was spec
tacular, but the long absence
competition was felt and was great
est single contributing factor to the
defeat.
Lineup and box
lows:
Readrite
Burkholder, If.
Alspach, c.
Triplett, sf
F. Swank, lb. ...
Lewis,
B. Swank, ss.
Steiner, rf
Augsburger, 2b.
Wenger, cf.
Backensto, 3b.
Wells, x.
from
Wapakoneta took an early lead
and by the time the game was half
over the visitors had a comfortable
margin.
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score was as
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Readrite Crew To
Play Lima Shovels
Playing their second foe in inter
city league competition, the Read
rite soft ball team will tangle with
the fast traveling Lima Shovels
squad this Friday night under the
lights at Harmon field.
Last week, McKeever, star hurler
for the Lima crew, pitched a no
hitter, and if he is in his usual form
this week Bluffton partisans can ex
pect to see a fine mound exhibition.
Altho bested last week by apak
oneta, the Bluffton crew is looking
better with additional practice. A
two-year layoff here from soft ball
was evident in the rustiness of of
fense and defensive maneuvers
week, but the situation is one
a little time and practice will
edy.
last
that
rem-
was
Last week’s 12 to 4 defeat
not nearly as bad as the score would
indicate, and by the time the Read
rite crew has a few more games be
hind them they will he able to tackle
any league team on fairly even
terms.
Manager Dale Davidson is hoping
to bolster his team by experience as
rapidly as possible, and until the
locals strike an even pace they likely
will play quite regularly.
Other games scheduled for the next
week incldue contests at Gomer on
Thursday and with Leipsic at Bluff
ton on Monday.
Local Checker Men
In Sectional Meet
members of the Bluffton
club—Carl Burkhart and
Two
Checker
Euegne Zuber—will participate in a
sectional chert tournament to be
held at Ashland, Ohio, Sunday.
The two Bluffton men will be
members of the Northwest Ohio
Checker team which will meet the
Northeast Ohio team.
Each team consists of ten players.
Included in the Northwest Ohio ag
gregation is Asa Long of Toledo,
world champion. Dr. Weldon Diller,
of Toledo and son of J. A. Diller of
this place, will also play with the
Northwest Ohio team.
College “Y” Camp
At Lake Geneva
Three representatives of the Bluff
ton college Y. M. C. A., Karl
Schultz, Lorrel Mullett and Chas.
Suter are ati nding the annual Ge
neva Training conference at Lake
Geneva, Wisconsin, this week.
Representatives from the College
Y. W. C. A. who will attend the
conference at Lake Geneva July 20
to 28 are: Carol Cookson, Loreen
Peters, Margaret Olivet and Helen
Stonehill.
ATTEND FUNERAL
of town
held for
those from out
funeral services
last Wednesday afterioon
Mr. and Mrs. Lovina Sum-
Among
attending
Eli Fett
were:
ney, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Sumney
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Hochstettler and son Loren, Dorothy
and Ruth Welty, all of Ft. Wayne
Levi and Sarah Shindler, Mrs. Mary
Moser and Mary Augsburger of
Berne, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Amos
Berlincourt, Mishawaka, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. John Watts, Mr. and
Mrs.
Bert
John
Elam
Hochstettler. Findlay.
Parris Carver, Mr. and Mrs.
Bartels, Toledo Mr. and Mrs.
Hochstettler, Mr. and
Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Fett and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hoch
stettler, Mrs. Oliver Hochstettler,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Berlincourt, Mr.
and Mrs. Dwight Stotts, Mrs. Ida
Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hauen
stein, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rogf and
family, Lima Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Fett and family, Ashley, Mich. Mrs.
Tena Wolf, Bellefontaine.
Carl Ruhl was in town for a short
time Saturday. He left in the after
noon for Nashville, Tenn., on a
business trip for a large Chicago
packing establishment, with which he
is making good.
Dr. Otto Owens, of Milton Center,
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.‘
J. Owens, for several days, the first
of the week.
Miss Jessie Herr left Tuesday to
attend the commencement exercises
at Delaware, and to visit friends at
that place.
Mrs. Charles Gustwiller, and
daughter, Miss Lulu, of Lima, are
visiting in Washington, D. C.
Lewis B. Stump, in charge of
Theo. G. Scheid’s tin shop, was mar
ried Wednesday, June 20, to Miss
Bertha Wilhelm, at the home of
bride’s mother in Lima. Mr.
Mrs. Stump will reside in Lima
the present, although Mr. Stump
retain his position
Elgar Eaton, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
is spending a short vacation with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Eaton.
Carl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Long
returned home Wednesday from Co
lumbus where he has been attend
ing the school for the deaf.
News Our Grandfathers Read
From Issue Of June 21, 1906
the
and
for
will
here.
Todd and Eunah
Lima receiving
the Boxwell com-
Misses Martha
Temple were at
their diplomas at
mencement, Saturday.
Mrs. A. O. Henry and family who
have been visiting her parents, rel
atives and friends in Bluffton and
the vicinity returned to their home
The announcement of the marriage
of Clarence W. Niswander, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Noah Niswander, residing
south of Bluffton, and Miss Anna D.
Vernon, of Cambridge, Ohio, came as
a suprise to the many friends of the
young couple.
Albert Kohli is at work this week
making a curtain for the stage in the
high school auditorium. The curtain
is a gift of the high school to the
board of education.
A very pretty home wedding was
solemnized on New Year’s Day at the
beautiful country home of the bride’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Strat
ton, when their second daughter, Miss
Eve Marie, was united in marriage
to Irvin W., eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Moser, one of the most
prosperous citizens of Allen county.
J. A. Nonnamaker left Tuesday for
the sunny south, going direct to Stem
per, Fla., to visit a sister.
Clarence Biery returned to Wooster
and Armin Hauenstein to Ann Arbor,
Mich., Tuesday, to resume college
studies.
NEWS OUR FATHERS READ
FROM ISSUE OF JAN. 9, 1913
Floyd Berry, of Detroit, spent over
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Berry.
Last Wednesday evening the Miss
es Betzner entertained a merry crowd
of young people at a six o’clock din
ner at the home of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Betzner, on Jackson
street, in the honor of Mis Louella
Geiger and friend Miss Bertha Miller
of Gohen, Ind.
Miss Eva, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Chris Klay is the happy possessor of
the handsome doll and carriage given
away by Danner and Son.
Robert William is the name of the
nine and one-half pound baby boy
that came to the home of Mr. and
Mr. Oscar Bogart early Monday morn
ing.
The first parcel post package out of
the Bluffton post office was sent by
T. G. Sheid and the first one received
by E. N. Steiner.
Mrs. Harry Mohler of Tahlequa,
Oklahoma, is here on an extended vis
it with relatives and friends.
in Bergholtz, Jefferson county, Mon
day morning.
Elery G. Spade, an employe of
The Leader office at this place sev
eral years ago, was married to Miss
Jean Cassel last Wednesday evening
at Ohio City where he holds the
position of foreman on the Ohio City
News.
Albert Lugibihl will teach
Huber school this coming winter
Oswin Hilty the
the
and
Owens school.
Riley Gallant
by fire Monday
barn of was
The
totally destroyed
afternoon. Mr.
were not at home when the fire
occurred.
and Mrs.
Gallant
GERMAN SETTLEMENT
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Grover
Davidson, June 15, a son, their first
born.
Miss Irene Amstutz, daughter of
Jacob B. and Mrs. Amstutz, who
took a course in Bookkeeping,
cured a good position in Lima.
se-
the
and
St.
Married Thursday, June 14, at
home of the bride’s parents, Mr.
Mrs. Benj. Basinger near the
John church, by Elder J. B. Baer,
Mr. Noah Bucher to Miss Sarah
Basinger.
J. W. Bixel, who was born and
reared here, but now of Winfield,
Kansas, and who was recently mar
ried there to Miss Laura Winifred
Jones, have our hearty congratula
tions. Mr. Bixel is engaged in
teaching vocal and instrumental
music in Winfield, Witchita, and
Newton, Kansas.
Dr. J. H. Bender of W’etsel, spent
Sunday with his parents, in Bluffton.
GERMAN SETTLEMENT
Mr. and Mr. Jacob Schnegg are the
happy parents of a baby girl, since
Tuesday morning.
Our esteemed friend, Goothart Al
thaus passed his seventy-sixth mile
stone in the journey of his life Tues
day. He is enjoying good health for
a man of his age.
Miss Nettie Moser, who visited her
parents and relatives during the holi
days, returned to the Moody Institute
in Chicago, Monday. She was ac
companied by her brother, Homer,
who also entered the institution.
Hon. A. J. Welty, of Pandora, re
cently had the honor of dining in the
White House. He was one
delegates at large at the
Democratic club meeting
Washington.
the
of
National
held in
the Set
Henry Diller represented
tlement at the corn show at Conti
nental last week and as usual was in
the winning class. Among his prizes
were a ton of coal, ten pounds of
meat, ten loaves of bread and $2.50 in
cash.
Poultry Ass’n. Man
At Orange Center
Aims and objectives of the newly
organized Northwest Ohio Poultry
association were explained by L. C.
Holtkamp, county agricultural agent,
in a meeting held at Orange Center,
Tuesday night. C. H. Hilty and Ed
gar Pifer were named to solicit mem
berships in Orange township.
Forest G. Hall also spoke in the
interest of the poultry association at
a meeting in Mt. Cory, Tuesday
night.
SPECIAL SERVICES
Snecial children’s and father’s day
programs will be held at the Pres
byterian church, Sunday morning in
connection with the regular Sunday
school and morning church services.
No. 57 Broadsiding
Steinman Bros. Lumber Co
Bluffton, Ohio
THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1939
Youth In Army To
Leave For Hawaii
Bluffton youth who
army recently will
of next week from
for service in the
Robert Potee,
enlisted in the
sail on Friday
San rancisco
Hawaiian islands.
Potee, son of Rell Potee of this
place, has been stationed at Ft. Rob
inson, Nebraska, since his enlistment
last February. He will leave that
place this Thursday enroute for San
Francisco preparatory to sailing.
Potee was recently promoted to the
rank of corporal.
Summer Play Starts
In Softball League
Summer schedule of play in the
Boys Softball League opened on Har
mon field last Thursday night.
Games will be played every Thurs
day evening at 6:15 and all boys of
high school age are invited.
In the openers last Thursday
night the Wolverines
Tigers by a score of
the Pirates bested the
by a 13 to 10 score.
defeated the
16 to 6 and
Golden Bears
Games scheduled for this Thurs
day night are: Wolverines vs Pirates
on
en
diamond No. 1 Tigers vs Gold
Bears on diamond No. 2.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks for the aid and sympathy
extended during the death and
burial of our beloved husband and
father, Eli Fett also Rev. Eli Stein
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ficiated at the funeral,
for their services and all
ing flowers.
the singers
those send-
& Family
Mrs. Eli Fett
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You
you
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